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- Mathematics
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My teaching method is to get the students involved and participating. I have students do work that I can check and provide suggestions and help to. I want students to be able to think and solve problems that are not straight out of the textbook.

I have a D.A. and Ph.D. in mathematics. I have taught math on campus and online for many years. I have also tutored math for many years. I have taught anything from arithmetic to graduate mathematics. I have tutored all ages and levels including famous athletes and actors.

Transportation Fee : $10

Rate for online lessons : $40/h

Rate for 5 hours of lessons : $45

Rate for 10 hours of lessons : $40

I charge more for higher level math courses.

Taught subjects

- Mathematics
- Algebra
- Trigonometry
- Arithmetic
- Geometry
- Precalculus & Calculus

Levels

- All Levels

Carl A. Libis

EDUCATION:

Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Alabama - 1998

Doctor of Arts (D.A.) in Mathematics, Idaho State University - 1995

M.S. in Mathematics, California State University at Northridge - 1980

B.A. in Mathematics, California State University at Northridge - 1977

POSITIONS HELD:

2021 – present Online Math Lab instructor, Lane College.

2018 – present Online Mathematics Instructor, John Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth

2017 – 2018: Instructional Associate, University of Texas Arlington.

2016 – 2017: Online Mathematics Instructor, Ashland University.

2016 – 2016: Online Mathematics Instructor, Franklin University.

2015 – present Online Mathematics Instructor, University of Maryland Global Campus.

2014 – 2015: Lecturer, University of Tennessee at Martin.

2013 – 2014: Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Lane College.

2013 – present Online Mathematics Faculty, Columbia Southern University.

2012 – present: Online Mathematics Instructor, Southern New Hampshire University.

2010 – 2013: Online Mathematics Instructor, Tiffin University.

2010 – 2014: Online Mathematics Instructor, American InterContinental University.

2010 – 2012: Assistant Professor of Mathematics, MTSU.

2009 – 2010: Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Cumberland University.

2009 – 2009: Online Mathematics Instructor, Thomas Edison State College

2009 – 2009: Online Mathematics Instructor, Kaplan University

2008 – 2011: Online Mathematics Instructor, ITT Educational Services, Inc.

2007 – 2008: reviewer with the AP Course Audit.

Summer 2005: Online Mathematics Instructor, South University.

2004 – 2005: Online Mathematics Instructor, ITT Educational Services, Inc.

2002 – 2009: Lecturer, Mathematics Department, University of Rhode Island.

2001 – 2002: Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Assumption College.

2001 – 2009: grader for AP Calculus exam during first or second week of June.

2000 – 2001: Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Richard Stockton College of NJ.

1999 – 2000: Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Antioch College.

1998 – 1999: Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Rust College.

1997 – 1998: Teaching Assistant (T.A.), Mathematics Department, University of Alabama (U. of A.).

1996 – 1997: Assistant Professor of Mathematics, University of West Alabama.

Summer 1996: Mathematics Teacher, Wallenberg High School, San Francisco, CA.

1995 – 1996: Instructor, Department of Mathematics, University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

1992 – 1995: D.A. Fellow, Department of Mathematics, Idaho State University.

1991 – 1992: Teaching Assistant, Department of Mathematics, Illinois State University.

1989 – 1991: Mathematics Instructor at College of the Canyons, L.A. Trade Tech College, Mt. St. Mary’s

College, and Woodbury University.

1987 – 1988: Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Randolph-Macon College.

1981 – 1987: T.A., Math Dept. and Center for Academic Precocity, Arizona State University.

1980 – 1981: Instructor, Department of Mathematics, California State University at Northridge (C.S.U.N.).

1978 – 1981: Teaching Assistant, Math Dept. and Minority Engineering Program (MEP), C.S.U.N.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Minority students at L.A. Trade Tech College, Lane College, Rust College, and in the MEP at C.S.U.N.

Mediocre high school students in summer school in San Francisco.

Gifted junior high and high school students in the Center for Academic Precocity at A.S.U.

Computer assisted instruction, graphing calculator assisted instruction.

On-line courses: Business Math, Algebra, Finite Math, Statistics, Precalculus, Calculus.

Upper-level courses: Abstract Algebra, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Complex Analysis, Continued Fractions, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra (using Maple), Number Theory, Statistics, Vector Analysis.

Lower-level courses: Arithmetic, Geometry, Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Reform Algebra, Business Precalculus, Trigonometry, Math for elementary school teachers, Math for Liberal Arts, Discrete Math, Finite Math, Business Calculus, Calculus I, II, III, IV.

AWARDS:

2002: Assumption College travel grant to present research at the national MAA-AMS meetings in San Diego.

2001: Richard Stockton College travel grant to present research at the national MAA-AMS meetings in New Orleans.

2000: Fellowship to attend the Rocky Mountain Mathematics Consortium summer conference on Probabilistic Combinatorics at the University of Wyoming.

2000: Antioch College travel grant to present research at the national MAA-AMS meetings in Washington, D.C.

1999: Fellowship to attend the Rocky Mountain Mathematics Consortium summer conference on Computational Algebra with Applications at the University of Wyoming.

1999: Lilly Grant (for teacher improvement) to attend national MAA-AMS meetings in San Antonio.

1998: Rust College travel grant to attend Mississippi Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference and to recruit students.

1998: University of Alabama Graduate College and University of Alabama Research and Travel Committee Travel Grants to present research at the national MAA-AMS meetings in Baltimore.

1996: University of West Alabama Faculty Research Grant.

1995: Idaho State University’s Outstanding Graduate Student Award.

1995: Idaho State University travel grant and Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences housing grant to attend and present research at summer conference on Special Functions, q-Series and Related Topics at the University of Toronto.

1995: Fellowship to attend the Rocky Mountain Mathematics Consortium summer conference on Discrete Mathematics, Combinatorics, and Graph Theory at the University of Wyoming.

1994: Fellowship to attend the Rocky Mountain Mathematics Consortium/National Science Foundation summer conference on Differential and Difference Equations and Recent Developments in Population Biology at the University of Wyoming.

1992 - 1995: D.A. Fellowship, Department of Mathematics, Idaho State University.

1986: Arizona State University Graduate College and Sigma Xi Travel Grants to present research at the national MAA-AMS meetings in New Orleans.

1983: Fellowship from the Italian National Research Council to attend SCUOLA Matematica Interuniversitaria in Perugia, Italy.

PUBLICATIONS:

M. Ismail and C. Libis, Contiguous Relations, Basic Hypergeometric Functions, and Orthogonal Polynomials I, J. Math. Anal. and Appl., 141(1989) 349-372.

Minimal Interpolation and Pre-Orthogonal Polynomials, Idaho State University Doctoral Thesis, 1995.

Sums of Powers and Generalizations of Bernoulli and Related Polynomials, University of Alabama Doctoral Dissertation, 1998.

Finding Quadratic Equations with Integer Coefficients, Alabama Journal of Mathematics, 22(1998) 29-30.

C.A. Libis and J.N. Neggers, Generalized Sums of Powers, Far East Journal of Mathematical Sciences, 2(2000) 1-5.

C. Libis, J.D. Phillips, and M. Spall, How Many Magic Squares Are There?, Mathematics Magazine, 73(2000) 57-58.

Fallacies, Fads, and Flimflam, #166 College Mathematics Journal, 31(2000) 396.

Fallacies, Fads, and Flimflam, #182, College Mathematics Journal, 33(2002) 38.

Fallacies, Fads, and Flimflam, #201, 211, 212 College Mathematics Journal, 34(2003) 50-51, 225, 225.

Fallacies, Fads, and Flimflam, #227, College Mathematics Journal, 35(2004) 297-298.

Fallacies, Fads, and Flimflam, #247, College Mathematics Journal, 37(2006) 41.

Generalized Sums of Powers II, Pi Mu Epsilon, 12(2007) 413-416.

Unusual Methods for Solving Quadratic Equations, in progress.

Minimal Interpolation, Pre-Quasi-Orthogonality, and Quasi-Orthogonality, in progress.

Proposer of the following journal problems:

Problem B-978, Fibonacci Quarterly, 42(2004), 181.

Problem 4807, School Science and Math., 104(2004), 355-356.

Problem 2685, Journal of Recreational Mathematics, 33(2004-2005), 146.

Principal solver of the following journal problems:

Problem H-407, Fibonacci Quarterly, 27(1989), 94-95.

Problem 4297, School Science and Math., 91(1991), 336.

Problem 4354, School Science and Math., 92(1992), 467-468.

Problem 4381, 4393, 4400, School Science and Math., 93(1993), 284-285, 339-340, 397-398.

Problem 754, 773 Macalester College Problem of the Week, 3/23/94, 12/12/94.

Problem 4430, 4441, School Science and Math., 94(1994), 277-278, 333.

Problem 4456, School Science and Math., 95(1995), 56.

Problem 830a, Pi Mu Epsilon, 10(1995), 152-155.

Problem 4507, 4540 School Science and Math., 96(1996), 110-111, 391-392.

Problem 820, Macalester College Problem of the Week, October 29, 1996.

Problem 477, Pentagon, 55(1996), 53-54.

Problem 55, Math Horizons, IV(1997), 33-34.

Problem 507, The Pentagon, 57(1998), 54-55.

Problem 907, Pi Mu Epsilon, 10(1998), 670-671.

Problem 105, 106, 109, Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences, 10(1998), 120-123, 124-129, 179-183.

Problem 4655, 4656, 4668, School Science and Math., 99(1999), 111-112, 167, 273.

Problem 118, Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences, 11(1999), 200-205.

Problem 888a, Fibonacci Quarterly, 38(2000), 376.

Problem 129, Math Horizons, VIII(2000), 33-34.

Problem 123, Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences, 12(2000), 61-62.

Problem 541, The Pentagon, 61(2001), 34-35.

Problem 129, Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences, 14(2002).

Problem 548, The Pentagon, 61(2002), 43.

Problem 557, The Pentagon, 62(2003), 47.

Problem B-951, Fibonacci Quarterly, 41(2003), 467-468.

Problem 575, The Pentagon, 65(2006), 50.

Problem 593, The Pentagon, 66(2006), 10.

Problem 4874a, 4910, School Science and Math., 106(2006), 109, 366-367.

Problem 818, The College Mathematics Journal, 38(2007), 64-65.

Problem 1100, Macalester College Problem of the Week, (2008)

Problem 1271, Pi Mu Epsilon, 13(2013), 504-506

Problem 712, The Pentagon, 73(2013), 39.

Problem 5277, 5297, School Science and Math., 114(2014).

More than 300 other citations as a journal problem solver. Other journals include AMATYC, American Mathematical Monthly, The College Mathematics Journal, Journal of Recreational Mathematics, The Mathematical Gazette, Mathematics Magazine, and SIAM Review.

My student was principal solver of the following journal problem:

Problem 4578-S (Angela Ross at U. of A.), School Science and Math., 98(1998), 350.

PAPERS PRESENTED:

January 2015: "Generalized Pascal's Triangle," at the 121st national MAA-AMS meetings in San Antonio.

March 2014: "Solving the recursive problem ," at the sectional AMS meeting in Knoxville, TN.

January 2004: “Multiplicative Magic Squares of order four,” at the 110th national MAA-AMS meetings in Phoenix.

January 2002: “Additive and Multiplicative 4x4 Magic Squares,” at the 108th national MAA-AMS meetings in San Diego.

January 2000: “Sums of Powers of Integers using L’Hopital’s Rule,” at the 106th national MAA-AMS meetings in Washington, D.C.

January 1999: “Sums of Powers of Integers Via Inner Products,” at the 105th national MAA-AMS meetings in San Antonio.

September 1998: “Unusual Methods for Solving Quadratic Equations” Colloquium speaker at the University of Mississippi.

February 1998: “Sums of Powers of Integers,” at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Alabama Association of College Teachers of Mathematics in Birmingham.

January 1998: “Sums of Powers of Integers,” at the 104th national MAA-AMS meetings in Baltimore.

March 1997: “A Generalization of a Theorem of Szegö on Orthogonal Polynomials,” at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Alabama Academy of Science at Auburn University at Montgomery.

March 1997: “An Iterated Integral Formula,” at the 76th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Section of the MAA at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA.

March 1997: “Another Integral Formula for Quasi-Orthogonality,” at the 74th Annual Meeting of the LA-MS Section of the MAA at Millsaps College in Jackson, MS.

February 1997: “Unusual Methods for Solving Quadratic Equations,” at the 47th Annual Meeting of the Alabama Association of College Teachers of Mathematics in Mobile.

January 1997: “The versus the Norm on Polynomials,” at the 103rd national MAA-AMS meetings in San Diego.

November 1995: “Intermediate Algebra and Orthogonal Polynomials, Are They Related?” Colloquium speaker at the University of Southwestern Louisiana.

June 1995: “Minimal Interpolation, Pre-Orthogonal Polynomials, and Christoffel Functions,” at the Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences conference on Special Functions, q-Series and Related Topics at the University of Toronto.

April 1995: “Generating Orthogonal Polynomials via Constrained Approximation,” at the MAA Intermountain Section meeting in Pocatello, Idaho.

January 1995: “Idempotent Orthogonal Polynomials,” at the 101st national MAA-AMS meetings in San Francisco.

September 1994: “Intermediate Algebra and Orthogonal Polynomials, Are They Related?” Invited colloquium speaker at Boise State University.

June 1987: “Continued Fractions, Jacobi Matrices, and Orthogonal Polynomials.” Invited speaker at the Conference on Operator Theory and Functional Analysis in Mesa, Arizona.

January 1986: “Contiguous Relations, Continued Fractions, and Orthogonal Polynomials,” at the 92nd Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society in New Orleans.

RESEARCH AREAS:

Approximation Theory, Continued Fractions, Number Theory, Orthogonal Polynomials, Special Functions, Sums of Powers of Integers.

MEMBERSHIPS:

American Mathematical Society, Mathematical Association of America, Sigma Xi, Alabama Academy of Science, Mississippi Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Alpha Epsilon Lambda.

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